RPTS 336 - (5) Deciding on a topic (student version)

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Deciding on a topic RPTS 336: Recreation  Woosnam September 9, 2011
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Research process as an  hourglass 1. Come up with ____board topics______ ; general 2. __Narrow topic_______ topic/change focus  a. address concepts b. instruments c. design 5. Discuss and _________intercept__ results,  draw conclusions and make recommendations;  generalizability 4. __analyze data_ data/present results 3. __collect___ data
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Where do you get ideas for research? 1. _Practical problems_ 2. _Personal reflection_ 3. _Interests_ of your professors/faculty members 4. _Previous research_
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Practical problems in life Talk to staff member working in field to see  what issues they face Attend conference at local, state, or national  level Meet others and discuss problems Sit in on sessions to hear problems Consult popular media to find problems TV, newspapers, magazines
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course RPTS 336 taught by Professor Woo during the Spring '11 term at West Texas A&M University.

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